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Bug 4348

Summary: Multiple volume dump/restore appears to be broken
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Raw Hide Reporter: Jeff Johnson <jbj>
Component: dumpAssignee: Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin>
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Description Jeff Johnson 1999-08-04 14:25:31 UTC
Here is the output I'm getting from a restore -t -b 32 -f
/dev/nst0:

Verify tape and initialize maps
End-of-tape encountered
Mount tape volume 2
Enter ``none'' if there are no more tapes
otherwise enter tape name (default: /dev/nst0) /dev/nst0
Wrong dump date
        got: Mon Aug  2 09:12:51 1999
        wanted: Wed Dec 31 18:00:00 1969
Mount tape volume 2
Enter ``none'' if there are no more tapes
otherwise enter tape name (default: /dev/nst0)

It seems to get the header information fine off of volume 1,
but can't
get the header information off of volume 2--it keeps getting
the
timestamp 0.  Can it be possible that the dump is not
correctly putting
out header information when it needs to span a fileset to a
second tape?

Comment 1 Preston Brown 2000-06-27 16:21:33 UTC
fixed in 0.4b16 and later, available via rawhide.